Yoon Lab  

Research Opportunities for Healthy Subjects


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HEALTHY INDIVIDUALS AGED 16-55:

Ever wonder what your brain looks like?

WHO ARE WE?

The Yoon Lab at Stanford University and the Palo Alto VA is researching biological markers for mental health risk and mental illness.

WHOM ARE WE LOOKING FOR?

Healthy individuals, ages 16-55.

WHAT DOES PARTICIPATION INVOLVE?

1) In-person interview, 2) test of memory and attention, 3) functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI), and/or 4) Electroencephalography (EEG)

WHAT ELSE DO I GET OUT OF IT?

$30/hour for brain imaging tasks, and $15/hour for non-brain imaging tasks! You will also feel awesome for having contributed to science!

Primary Investigator: Jong Yoon, MD

Study Contact: Daniel Virtheim

Contact us at brain-research@stanford.edu or (650) 849-1930. A confidential phone screen will be conducted to determine eligibility.

For general information about participants’ rights, contact the Stanford IRB at (866) 680 - 2906

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Prodromal/At-Risk Research Studies
Research on Schizophrenia and Related Conditions

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